§ 1029.6. Broker training.
(a) Upon submission of a BR-1 application under § 1029.5 (relating to broker registration), an applicant may be scheduled by the Authority to attend an in-class training program upon request of the applicant. The Authority, or its authorized agent, will conduct the training.
(b) Broker training will consist of a minimum of 2 hours of instruction developed to address all areas of the Authoritys regulations with emphasis on the following subjects:
(1) Eligibility to be a certificate owner, dispatcher and medallion owner.
(2) The forms and records required to complete a sale of rights.
(3) An overview of frequently encountered subjects in the Authoritys regulations, including the following:
(i) Authority regulations governing certificate owners.
(ii) Authority regulations governing equipment.
(iii) Penalties for violation of Authority regulations.
(iv) An overview of the administrative process related to the sale of rights.
(v) The identification and address of the Authority office responsible for administering the act.
(c) It is within an applicants discretion to discontinue training and request the scheduling of broker testing as provided in § 1029.7 (relating to broker testing) through written notice to the Manager of Administration.
This section cited in 52 Pa. Code § 1029.7 (relating to broker testing).
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